- Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer
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National signing day is already more exciting than that Super Bowl we saw.
Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin says the SEC is starting to look a little more like the Pac-12 with their offenses.
ESPN 300 cornerback Tony Brown is already on campus for Alabama and fills a position of need for the Crimson Tide.
Florida starting safety Cody Riggs is expected to transfer.
Florida flips former Vanderbilt offensive tackle commit Andrew Mike.
Gus Malzahn and Auburn are already making great strides toward the 2014 season.
Early enrollee D'haquille Williams instantly upgrades Auburn's receiving corps in 2014.
Not having a defensive coordinator at Arkansas on national signing day might not be a problem for the Razorbacks.
Georgia coach Mark Richt says he's as excited and as energized as he's been in a long time.
Former Georgia tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith is headed to Alabama.
Has Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin taken the state of Texas for the Aggies?
Tennessee coach Butch Jones is backing up his pledge to "own our state."
ESPN 300 offensive tackle Andy Bauer highlights Missouri's 2014 recruiting class.
Mississippi State hopes to flip a few commitments late.
Ole Miss looked to add depth on national signing day.
Kentucky lands last-minute "gem" in defensive end Lloyd Tubman.
Hard-hitting defensive back Mike Edwards brings "swag" to Kentucky's defense.
Defensive tackle Travonte Valentine explains why he picked LSU over Miami.